Institutional Student Learning Outcomes

INSTITUTIONAL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
(Revised by Consultation Council -March 19, 2009 and Academic Senate- March 23, 2009)
Upon the completion of any course, educational activity or program, the student will demonstrate improvement in one or more of these areas:

Communication
Ability to listen and read with comprehension and the ability to write and speak effectively

Critical Thinking
Ability to analyze a situation, identify and research a problem, propose a solution or desired outcome, implement a plan to address the problem, evaluate progress and adjust the plan as appropriate to arrive at the solution or desired outcome

Life Long Learning
Ability to engage in independent acquisition of knowledge; ability to access information including use of current technology; ability to use the internet and/or library to access and analyze information for relevance and accuracy; ability to navigate systems

Personal/Interpersonal Responsibility
Ability to develop and apply strategies to set realistic goals for personal, educational, career, and community development; ability to apply standards of personal and professional integrity; ability to cooperate with others in a collaborative environment for accomplishment of goals; ability to interact successfully with other cultures

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